Warmth vs. Competence: a Way to Organize Study of Job, Gender and Racial Stereotypes?
Nurses (and women) rate highly for warmth; lawyers, not so much
Employee or Capitalist? Equity Compensation Merges the Two
Labor’s losses to capital, much studied, aren’t quite as grim when stock and options are tabulated
Opting Women into Competition Could Help Narrow Gender Gap
Fixing the process and abandoning the mindset of ‘fixing the women’
Sharing Economy Platforms: Who Gets the Value Created?
How Bond and Stock Prices Combine to Influence Corporate Investment
Equity volatility can encourage — or dampen — investment, depending on a firm’s bond spread
Banks Rent Out Their Balance Sheets — So Derivatives Cost More
Downplaying Femininity in Cover Letters for Male-Dominated Job Backfires
Omitting female-typical language, in the eyes of hiring managers, makes a woman less ‘likable’
How Established Firms Get Disrupted by Allies
Suppliers, distributers, product extenders go from helper to competitor
How Tax Collections From Online Sales Rose
Putting the onus on retailers, rather than shoppers, works better
When Financial Intermediaries Sneeze, These Assets Catch a Cold
Some investment vehicles are more reliant than others on the health of trading firms
The Long History of Middlemen Earning a Lucrative, Fixed Commission
Ad agencies’ 15% fee lasted 100 years longer than it might have
Recession Recoveries Take Longer as Manufacturing Fades
Should stimulus be targeted toward displaced workers, rather than across the economy?